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When was the last time MetLife had more than 60% Jets fans?

Playing the Jets on the road is like a 9th home game.

Actually when you take into account , cheating , spying , and an obvious Commisioner orderd referee bias in the Pats favor it's more like 16 home games a year.
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When was the last time MetLife had more than 60% Jets fans?

Playing the Jets on the road is like a 9th home game.

Sorry your team got caught cheating again TX, it must suck to have all of your team's accomplishments be negated because of a douchebag coach and QB who would cheat their own mothers out of a nickel...I feel for you
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Give them a break. 99% of the fanbase didnt exist 20 years ago.

That's actually true.  Here in Connecticut we're on the border between the two areas, and 20 years ago you saw a lot more Giants hats than you did Patriots hats.  Brady comes in and  suddenly all you see are "lifelong" Patriots fans all over the place.

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How can they even let Brady and Belichick back in the NFL??? How many times do you need to be caught cheating before you are banned from the NFL?

 

The Pats* are lucky that Goodell and Kraft are BFFs or else the franchise would most likely be removed from the NFL. Pathetic.

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How can they even let Brady and Belichick back in the NFL??? How many times do you need to be caught cheating before you are banned from the NFL?

 

The Pats* are lucky that Goodell and Kraft are BFFs or else the franchise would most likely be removed from the NFL. Pathetic.

 

other leagues take it seriously.  there was a racing team, I think Indy car in europe where they got caught cheating and recieved a lifetime ban and had all their records vacated

 

a european soccer team got caught with an illegally registered player last month and had to replay the game !!

 

we have no guts for that over here.  we spin it and rationalize it and hope it goes away

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Every play in every game during this unprecedented run by New England will be given as much relevance as those 136 HRs hit by Mark and Sammy during the 1998 season. And you know what? They DESERVE all of the stuff that will be coming their way in a historical light. Someday, someone is going to spill the (Boston baked) beans and what will come out will shock the football world. Roger Goodell's day is fast approaching too, as a complicit ally.In the meantime I'd like to see some kind of a movement created in protest-my own personal one starts with the game not being watched in this household.

 

I'm not watching it either lol

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dean blandino agreed.  past* were warned.  the soft finesse team loses another cheap trick

 

 

The Patriots’ use of offensive linemen as eligible receivers and running back Shane Vereen as an ineligible receiver has created confusion for defenses and officials in the playoffs.

That confusion led to a touchdown that shouldn’t have counted in the AFC Championship game. Tom Brady threw a touchdown pass to tackle Nate Solder during that game on a play that NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino should have been flagged as an illegal substitution.

“There was an issue on that play where on the previous play, [Cameron] Fleming had reported as an eligible player,” Blandino said, via CSNNE.com. “And on the Solder touchdown he went back to playing an ineligible position. That’s illegal. That’s an illegal substitution. So that’s something we discussed with the crew. Bill [belichick] was made aware of it. So we’re going to be looking for that, make sure we follow the proper mechanics so that doesn’t happen again.”

Jim Miller of Sirius XM NFL Radio picked up on the missed call last week and pointed it out, but there was no confirmation from the league until Blandino’s press conference on Thursday. Plenty of other people probably would have picked up on it as well had the score not been 45-7 and another issue having to do with the air pressure of footballs not taken hold of the United States for the last two weeks.

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dean blandino agreed.  past* were warned.  the soft finesse team loses another cheap trick

 

 

The Patriots’ use of offensive linemen as eligible receivers and running back Shane Vereen as an ineligible receiver has created confusion for defenses and officials in the playoffs.

That confusion led to a touchdown that shouldn’t have counted in the AFC Championship game. Tom Brady threw a touchdown pass to tackle Nate Solder during that game on a play that NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino should have been flagged as an illegal substitution.

“There was an issue on that play where on the previous play, [Cameron] Fleming had reported as an eligible player,” Blandino said, via CSNNE.com. “And on the Solder touchdown he went back to playing an ineligible position. That’s illegal. That’s an illegal substitution. So that’s something we discussed with the crew. Bill [belichick] was made aware of it. So we’re going to be looking for that, make sure we follow the proper mechanics so that doesn’t happen again.”

Jim Miller of Sirius XM NFL Radio picked up on the missed call last week and pointed it out, but there was no confirmation from the league until Blandino’s press conference on Thursday. Plenty of other people probably would have picked up on it as well had the score not been 45-7 and another issue having to do with the air pressure of footballs not taken hold of the United States for the last two weeks.

So the officials blew the call?

Like that never happens in a NFL game.

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